Topic: Music Review

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Yves Tumor releases Warp Records debut

October 8, 2018 0 comments

Italy-based artist Sean Bowie, more famously known as Yves Tumor, released his new album “Safe in the Hands of Love” to Warp Records Sept. 5, demonstrating his ability to unravel everything that we consider to be “experimental music.”

St. Vincent’s fifth album combines anxiety, chaos

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St. Vincent’s fifth album combines anxiety, chaos

October 18, 2017 0 comments

Annie Clark is making a statement.

‘Pure Comedy’ ambitious in scope, fails to impress

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‘Pure Comedy’ ambitious in scope, fails to impress

April 18, 2017 0 comments

Father John Misty takes a great deal from the gospel of David Foster Wallace on his latest record “Pure Comedy.”

Bob Dylan’s ‘Triplicate’ revels in nostalgia

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Bob Dylan’s ‘Triplicate’ revels in nostalgia

April 5, 2017 0 comments

Listening to “Triplicate,” Bob Dylan’s latest album released Mar. 3, it’s hard to imagine the Dylan who played at Brown in 1964.

Drake’s genre-hopping dooms ‘More Life’

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Drake’s genre-hopping dooms ‘More Life’

April 4, 2017 0 comments

Drake may very well be the most difficult-to-pin-down personality in popular music — a far cry from his once glaring predictability.

‘Life Will See You Now’ displays affecting sincerity

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‘Life Will See You Now’ displays affecting sincerity

March 7, 2017 0 comments

LP “Life Will See You Now” embodies the dark, emotionally fraught dimension of Jen Lekman’s persona.

Pennsylvania punk band grapples with adulthood on new LP

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Pennsylvania punk band grapples with adulthood on new LP

February 7, 2017 0 comments

“After The Party,” The Menzingers’ fifth studio album, the hangover has at least partially lifted.

The xx demonstrates bold artistic development with new LP ‘I See You’

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The xx demonstrates bold artistic development with new LP ‘I See You’

January 25, 2017 0 comments

Since the rise of band member Jamie xx’s solo career, nothing has been the same for London-based indie pop band the xx.

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Childish Gambino departs from roots, explores funk, soul in new LP

December 7, 2016 0 comments

Enveloping listeners in soulful, bluesy funk and eerie, ethereal vocals, Childish Gambino plunges into the mellifluous world of psychedelia in his third LP.

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‘Starboy’ struggles with The Weeknd’s relationships, fame

November 30, 2016 0 comments

Every artist draws inspiration from similar recurring themes that persist throughout the trajectory of their music careers.